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yesterday. it ended with a highly anticipated speech. michelle obama took the stage to huge applause and cheers. coming up for you at 5:15 we will take you live to charlotte, north carolina. we will bring you more reaction to her speech and also tell you who will step on to the big stage today. >>> also this morning u.n. secretary-general bon has called on them to end the attacks there. at least 23,000 people have been killed there. today at least 75 people were killed there, including 23 children. on top of that there is a refugee crisis, more than 230,000 people have fled syria, seeking refuge in neighboring countries. >> happening now firefighters in caloosa county are working to contain two wildfires burning east of clear lake. they started before 4:00 yesterday afternoon off highway 16 in the rumsy canyon area, it is closed. take a look at the mach, map, from there to there. the fires have burned 1200 acres, so just only 10% contained at this point. >>> a third fire burning near road 27 in yellow county is 90% contained. >>> firefighters also making progress on that wildfire b
. >> michelle obama takes center stage tonight at the dnc in charlotte, north carolina. allison burns is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with why she will not be taking on the president's rivals, alison. >> reporter: pam they say she will keep her message positive. tonight her mission is to promote her husband, not take on rivals, she wants to explain why he should have a second term. but other democrats like nancy pelosi, who also took her walk there are feeling more comfortable in the attack mode. she used that to take on republican extremism on women's issues. >> what more do you need to know about them. they who do not believe in that except when it comes to a woman's right to choose. >> and also the mayor of san antonio will try to convince them to turn out for president obama. what oakland mayor is telling convention delegates next. alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> president obama visited louisiana and met with victims and volunteers. the president pledged to review flood protection there. nearly 3000 people are still in shelters and more than 100 100,000 people still without power,
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